This essay is from our intern, Mint Cheewachatchawarn. These are her independent opinions and thoughts.

Hello! I am an illustrator and a visual storyteller from Thailand, currently studying at SCAD — The Savannah College of Art and Design.

I use visuals to communicate because I believe visual communication can transcend…


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More and more states, towns and cities across the United States are choosing to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day as an alternative to Christopher Columbus Day. Columbus Day was decreed a national holiday in 1934 by President Roosevelt on the behest and efforts of the newly immigrated Italians who were the…


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This post is from University of Texas at Dallas student Sumayah Abdulla. Sumayah along with 30 of her classmates participated with Project Pluralist in a Collaborative Project during the 2020 Spring Semester. The aim of Collaborative Projects is to work with college students on tackling the various aspects of discrimination…


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“Stories matter. Many stories matter. Stories have been used to dispossess and to malign, but stories can also be used to empower and to humanize. Stories can break the dignity of a people, but stories can also repair that broken dignity.” Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Across the world racist monuments of…


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Yet again in the last few days we have been a series of painful events. And just as before — after every racially motivated incident goes viral, after every senseless murder becomes public, we hear the calls for empathy, fairness and equality in our society. We hear the calls for…


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“Ideas are a pattern of information that helps us understand and navigate the world around us.” Chris Anderson, head of TED.

Indeed! Ideas are crucial to the make-up of our world view so much so that they can construct an alternative world we perceive and live in. …


Many of the global challenges outlined in the United Nation’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals are either rooted in or related to diversity, inclusion or lack of pluralism-particularly inequality and exclusion driven by ethnic, cultural, religious or gender-based differences. …


Initial efforts around Diversity, Equality and Inclusion were aimed to overcome divisions-racial, ethnic, religious, etc., and to reduce and prevent prejudice and discrimination. But DEI, or D&I as its popularly known has its limitations.

Diversity is a fact- our world and the humans inhabiting it come from different backgrounds, cultures…


In 2014 I went out on a journey to conducting research for my MFA Design Management thesis on Extremism. …

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